diaspora in brooklyn and i feel some support for russian-speaking people. >> rose: yes. >> and for me brooklyn is like moscow. multinational, very active, gutsy. so i feel like home. and i really was surprised when i was appeared as the first foreign owner on the n.b.a. team that people were very friendly, very open minded, they stopped me on the street saying hello, let's go nets, etc., etc. so i feel surprised. >> rose: have you found good russian food in brooklyn? >> yeah, sure. >> rose: (laughs) the center itself, you have promised, both of you have, that this is going to be the best basketball arena in the world. >> it is. >> yes, it is. it already is. >> rose: what makes it the best basketball arena in the world. >> well, we start with what i said: transportation, architecture, the way the seating is done. it's all intimate.